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THE TOLEDO MUSEUM OF ART 

FOUNDED BY EDWARD DRUMMOND LIBBEY 



CATALOGUE 

PAINTINGS IN OIL 
AND WATERCOLOR, 
SCULPTURE, PASTELS, 
DRAWINGS, PRINTS 
AND POTTERY BY 
TOLEDO ARTISTS IN 
THE FIFTEENTH AN- 
NUAL EXHIBITION OF 
THE TOLEDO FEDERA- 
TION OF ART SOCIETIES. 



APRIL i TO APRIL 30, 1933 



FOREWORD 

It is hoped and expected that this, the fifteenth annual 
exhibition of local artists, which is sponsored by The Toledo 
Federation of Art Societies, will accomplish the underlying 
purpose for which it and its predecessors have been organ- 
ized; namely, that visitors may see and appraise the develop- 
ment and progress made by Toledo artists, also, that the 
public will derive from the work viewed, understanding, 
enjoyment and inspiration. It is indeed gratifying to the 
sponsors of this exhibition to note the marked advancement 
in the work of Toledo artists. 

For the discriminating and impartial selection of the 
pictures hung, we tender our thanks to Mr. Clyde Burroughs 
of the Detroit Institute of Arts. To all artists whose work the 
Federation has the honor of showing, sincere thanks is 
extended for their contributions. 

In behalf of all Toledo artists who have the singular 
privilege of annually exhibiting their work, in one of the 
outstanding Art Museums in the United States, we bespeak 
grateful thanks to the present staff of The Toledo Museum 
of Art for their ever helpful cooperation. 

The Toledo Federation of Art Societies, 
I. W. Gotshall, President. 



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OIL PAINTINGS 
Galleries 17-19 

7^ 1 SONGS OF ZION 

By Frederick D. Allen 
3S. 2 LOTUS 
sif 3 MISS HAYS 
^T 4 STILL LIFE 

By Lloyd Bergcrantz 
5 PORTRAIT 

By Esther Biggs 
/D- 6 "HUGO" 

By John Blum 

7 BAY VIEW PARK 

8 DAHLIAS 
By F. Boehmer 

:X*\ 9 HARVEST 
SO. , NUDE 

By Paul T. Cahill 
JfrC. 11 EARLY SNOWFALL 

By Josephine O. Calder 
STILL LIFE 
ZINNIAS 

By Dorothea Chandler Carland 
DESIGN 
DESIGN 

By Lorenzo Carone 
EMILY 

By Leo DeTray 
IN THE KITCHEN 
STUDY OF HEAD 
By Jess DeViney 
£t $><*?*> 19 PORTRAIT OF DR. H. J. DOERMANN 
By George Dinkel 
« 20 FREDDIE 
1>S*. 21 ST. PATRICK'S 

By Robert Dohn 

22 JANUARY IN THE WOODS 

23 WINTER BROOK 

24 WINTER AT ROSCOMMON 

By Fred J. Folger 
10. 25 FRIDAY MORNING 
IS. 26 THE FARM 

By Paul Hamlin 
s 27 WILDWOOD 

By John W. Hills 



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CANAL AT ERIE STREET 




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DUTCH LUNCH 
By Pearl Hunter 


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MARBLEHEAD, OHIO 
By Hazel Jacoby 


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A STREAM (TOLEDO, OHIO) 


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WINTER SUNSHINE (NORTHERN MICHIGAN) 
By George Jensen 


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BRIGHT MORNING 

By Kenneth Bradley Loomis 


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STILL LIFE 


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THE MAUMEE RIVER, TOLEDO 
By William Marsh 


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THE ABANDONED QUARRY 


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THE BLACK JUG 

By Marian D. Maxwell 


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CATAWBA CLIFFS 
By Dorothy Miller 


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ZINNIAS 

By Caroline Morgan 




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INTERMISSION 

By Mabel J. Motter 


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PROVIDENCE MILL 
By Earl W. North 


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PORTRAIT OF DORIS PIOTT 


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PORTRAIT OF WM. M. BINDER 


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BLUE VASE 
By L. C. Ramm 




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STUDY HEAD 

By Eleanor Roberts 


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OLD MILL AT GREENSPRINGS 
By Prosper M. Sigrist 


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GREAT DIVIDE 


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SUZANNE 

By W. D. Slager 


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SELF PORTRAIT 

By William A. Smith 


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SOME ZINNIAS 
By Lulu M. Snell 




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CINDER ROAD AND CREEK 




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SPRING 

By Frank Sottek 




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STILL LIFE 




54 


THE BACK YARD 

By Emmeline Spencer 



55 JUNE 

By Ruskin Stone 

56 CECILE 

By Vincent Summers 
7JT. 57 A GLIMPSE OF THE MAUMEE 

By John F. Swalley 
Y^T 58 LABOR 
Z/j- 59 AHEAD 

By Anna L. Thorne 

Ufb- 60 THE STUDENT'S TABLE 
By Roy S. Thorp 

61 STILL LIFE 

LORETTA H. VORTRIEDE 

62 WINTER IN THE VOSGES (FRANCE) 

By Fred A. Vuillemenot 

63 SUNFLOWERS 

By Clara T. Ward 
&. 64 EARLY SPRING, GRAY DAY 

By Evelyn Mae Weatherby 
£J\ 65 SKETCH— AT POINT PLACE 
£j~ 66 SKETCH— TOLEDO SKY LINE 

Bv B. D. Woodruff 



WATERCOLORS AND PASTELS 



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67 


MIMURA 




68 


VIVIAN 

By Mary E. Arnold 




69 


GERMAN FARMHOUSE 




70 


OLD STREET— GALWAY 
By Hazel E. Bartley 


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"OLLIE" 


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THE FIRST SNOWFALL 
By John Blum 




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PORTRAITS IN IVORY 




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WHITE LILAC 
By F. Boehmer 


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STILL LIFE 

By Mabel V. Booth 


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CAFE SCENE 




77 


OLD PAINTING AND MAHOGANY 
By Mary Adams Boyd 


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OUR LADY OF THE HOLY ROSARY 
By C. C. Britsch 



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APPLE TREE 




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FREIGHTER 




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THE STONE BRIDGE 
By Louis U. Bruyere 




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SAND PILES 




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THE OLD STABLE 
By Paul T. Cahill 




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DISMISSAL TIME AT SCOTT 
By Florence A. Cooper 


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BOATS AND BRIDGES 


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FIGURE STUDY 


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By Grace Rhoades Dean 






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PEONIES 

By Mrs. Robert W. Dixon 






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WOOD INTERIOR 
By Robert Dohn 




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PERFUME 

By Irene Firmin 






90 


DECORATIVE DESIGN 

By Louise Williamson Gardner 




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SPIRIT OF FUN (Pastel) 
By Leo Geller Stark 






92 


HEAD STUDY (Pastel) 
By Harold G. Hannes 






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DERELICT (Pastel) 
By Pearl Hunter 




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A LITTLE GAIETY 
By Kate B. Lamb 




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LOW TIDE 




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STILL LIFE 

By Catherine G. Lauer 






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DESIGN 

By Faith Lois Mendenhall 




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SPRING FLOWERS 

By Marjorie K. Muggy 




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THE POPLARS 

By Kenneth H. Nissen 


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FISHERMEN'S HARBOR 
By John Rideout 






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SKETCH (Pastel) 

By Eleanor Roberts 






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MAGDALENE 




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THE HUNT 




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RACING YACHT 






By Fred W. Roberts 



filoiio* $>*)? 105 CHINESE COMPOSITION (Pastel) 
" iu * 106 FIGURE COMPOSITION (Pastel) 
" * " 107 IN THE GREEN CHAIR (Pastel) 
By Howard J. Schuler 
AT. 108 WASH DAY 

By Ruskin Stone 
£L0 m 109 WIND IN THE BRANCHES 
By John F. Swalley 
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\filof ft? 04 lf> 1 1 1 "JOE" (Pastel) 

1 #vJ" 112 "PACKED" (Pastel) 
By Arthur Vogel 
1 13 ALONG THE MAUMEE (Pastel) 
By Loretta H. Vortriede 
(,. 114 SWIMMING AT WALBRIDGE PARK 
By Evelyn Mae Weatherby 
APPLES 

EASTERN KANSAS 
NEXT DOOR 

By Carrie Mae Weber 
"CHARCOAL" 
HIGH SCHOOLGIRL 
"JUDY" 

By Dorothy Wieland Whipple 
^vT. | 21 ROOFTOPS 

By Alfred G. Whittaker 

GRAPHIC ARTS AND POTTERY 



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BILL AND HIS PIPE 


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YOUNG MAN 

By Oliver P. Aubry 


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SKETCH 

By John Blum 




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FIGURE STUDY 
By F. Boehmer 


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THE VANITY BOX 




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PEWTER AND OLD CHINA 
By Mary Adams Boyd 


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F.D.STRAN AH AN HOME FROM ACROSS THE RIVER 


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YOSEMITE 

By C. C. Britsch 



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QUEEN OF THE HOLY ROSARY CATHEDRAL 
THE CATHEDRAL APSE 

By Louis V. Bruyere 
THE OLD BARN 
WILLOW TREE 

By Frankie A. Cook 
PLAZA, WESTRUDE, BELGIUM 
WOMAN KNITTING 

By Florence A. Cooper 
THE APPROACHING STORM 

By E. L. Cuthbertson 
BOATS AND BRIDGE 
LOTUS 
THE MAUMEE 

By Grace Rhoades Dean 
BOAT LANDING 
BOOTHBAY HARBOR, MAINE 
FIGURE STUDY 

By Mary L. Dean 
DYNAMIC SYMMETRY 
ORE AND COAL 
PRIVATE DOCK 
VENICE 

By J. Ernest Dean 
WALBRIDGE PARK SWANS 

By Louise Williams Gardner 
IMAGINATION 

By Leo Geller Stark 
HEAD OF AN OLD MAN 

THREE MEMBERS OF ARTKLAN AND MODEL 
QUICK STUDY OF AN OLD MAN 

By Harold G. Hannes 
A COASTWISE TRADER 
A SPONGER 

By T. Y. Hewlett 
BRITTANY ROAD 

PENCIL SKETCH FOR ETCHING— "VANITY" 
PENCIL SKETCH FOR ETCHING 
"POSTAGE STAMP" ETCHINGS 
SUNBATHER 

By Morris Henry Hobbs 
CONVENT OF THE URSULINES 
SEATED FIGURE 
STILL LIFE 
THE WHARF 

By Catherine G. Lauer 



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167 PORTRAIT OF H. J. HALM 

168 PORTRAIT OF ANNE FINEMAN 

By Faith Lois Mendenhall 
xT. 169 AT THE BEACH 
jr 170 AT WATER'S EDGE 

By Julia V. Peters 
7 171 THE GRAPE ARBOR 

By Bertha G. Richardson 
172 STUDY— HEAD 

By Eleanor Roberts 
MINERSVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA 

By Alice H. Schell 
FRANK SUYDAM BELL 
GEORGE SECOR STRANAHAN 
MARY ANN ROGERS 

By Lydia Spitzer 
FROM PARIS SKETCH BOOK No. 1 
FROM PARIS SKETCH BOOK No. 2 
FROM A TOLEDO SKETCH BOOK 

By Robert B. Taylor 
DEPRESSED 
SPRING BOUQUET 
WALKATHON SKETCHES 

By Evelyn Mae Weatherby 
LILY 

By Carrie Mae Weber 
VASE 

By Esther Biggs 
WOMAN WITH BROOM 
VASE 

By Mabel V. Booth 
TILE 
TILE— THE MANDARIN 

By Lila M. Gordon 
VASE 

POTTERY PIGEON 
POTTERY PIGEON 
POTTERY ZEBRA 

By Annie Louise Kitchen 
TEA POT 

THREE HANDLE DISH 
MUSTARD JAR 
DISH 

By Hazel Clarke Witchner 



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176 




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178 

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181 
182 




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188 




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190 
191 
192 




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196 



INDEX TO ARTISTS 



Allen, Frederick D. 

Arnold, Mary E. . 

Aubry, Oliver P. 

Bartley, Hazel E. 

Bergcrantz, Lloyd 

Biggs, Esther 

Blum, John 

Boehmer, F. 

Booth, Mabel V. 

Boyd, Mary Adams 

Britsch, C. C. . 

Bruyere, Louis U. 

Cahill, Paul T. 

Calder, Josephine O. . 

Carland, Dorothea Chandler 

Carone, Lorenzo . 

Cook, Frankie A. 

Cooper, Florence A. . 

Cuthbertson, E. L. . 

Dean, Grace Rhoades . 

Dean, Mary L. 

Dean, J. Earnest 

DeTray, Leo 

DeViney, Jess 

Dinkel, Goerge 

Dixon, Mrs. Robert W. 

Dohn, Robert . 

Firmin, Irene 

Folger, Fred J. 

Gardner, Louise Williamson 

Gordon, Lila M. . 

Hamlin, Paul . 

Hannes, Harold G. 

Hewlett, T. Y. 

Hills, John W. 

Hobbs, Morris Henry 

Hunter, Pearl 

Jacoby, Hazel . 

Jensen, George 

Kitchen, Annie Louise 

Lamb, Kate B. 

Lauer, Catherine G. 

Loomis, Kenneth Bradley 

Marsh, William 

Maxwell, Marian D. . 

Mendenhall, Faith Lois . 

Miller, Dorothy 



. 67,68 

122, 123, 124 

. 69, 70 

2, 3, 4 

• 5, 184 
6, 71, 72, 125, 126 

• 7> 8, 73, 74, 127 

75, 185, 186 

76, 77, 128, 129, 130 

78, 131, 132, 133 

79, 80, 81, 134, 135 

9, 10, 82, 83 

1 1 

12, 13 

• M> 15 
• 136, 137 

. 84, 138, 139 

. 140 

85, 86, 141, 142, 143 

144, 145, 146 

147, 148, 149, 150 

. 16 

. 17, 18 

• 19 

87 



158, 



. 20, 21, CO 

89 

. 22, 23, 24 

90, 151 

187, 188 

25, 26 

92, I53, I54, I55 

. I56, 157 

27 



159, 



95, 96, 



163, 



160, 161, 162 

28, 29, 93 

• 3° 

• 3i, 32 
190, 191, 192 

94 
164, 165, 166 

33 
34> 35 

• 36, 37 
97, 167, 168 

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Morgan, Caroline 
Motter, Mabel J. 
Muggy, Marjorie K. 
Nissen, Kenneth H. 
North, Earl W. 
Peters, Julia V. . 
Ramm, L. C. 
Richardson, Bertha G, 
Rideout, John 
Roberts, Eleanor 
Roberts, Fred W. 
Schell, Alice H. . 
Schuler, Howard J. 
Sigrist, Prosper M. 
Slager, W. D. . 
Smith, William A. 
Snell, Lulu M. 
Sottek, Frank 
Spencer, Emmeline 
Spitzer, Lydia 
Stark, Leo Geller 
Stone, Ruskin . 
Summers, Vincent 
Swalley, John F. 
Taylor, Robert B. 
Thorne, Anna L. 
Thorp, Roy S. 
Trombla, Elfriede 
Vogel, Arthur 
Vortriede, Loretta H. 

VUILLEMENOT, FRED A. . 

Ward, Clara T. 
Weatherby, Evelyn Mae 
Weber, Carrie Mae 
Whipple, Dorothy Wieland 
Whittaker, Alfred G. 
Witchner, Hazel Clarke 
Woodruff, B. D. 











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40 










98 










99 










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169, 


170 






• 42, 


,44 










171 










100 






45. 


IOI, 


172 






102, 


103, 


104 
173 






105, 


106, 

47 

53 


107 
46 

,48 
49 
50 

, 52 

, 54 






174, 


175, 


176 






91, 


152 






55, 


108 
56 








57, 


109 






177, 


178, 


179 








58, 5 










60 










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in, 


112 








61, 


113 
62 








63 


64, 114, 180, 


181, 


182 


115. 116, 


117, 


183 


118, 


119, 


120 
121 


i93> 194, 


195, 


196 








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66 



Many of the works exhibited are for sale. Price and full 
information may be obtained at telephone operator's desk. 
The Museum charges no commission whatever on any sales.